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Planning and Cabling

Networks

Network Fundamentals – Chapter 10

BETA VERSION

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Objectives
 Identify the basic network media required to make a LAN
connection.
 Identify the types of connections for intermediate and end device
connections in a LAN.
- Identify the pin out configurations for straight-through and crossover
cables.
- Identify the different cabling types, standards and ports used for
WAN connections.
- Define the role of device management connections when using
Cisco equipment.
 Design an addressing scheme for an inter-network and assign
ranges for hosts, network devices and the router interface.
 Compare and contrast the importance of network designs

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Basic Network Media Required to Make a LAN
Connection.
 Select the appropriate hardware, including the cabling,
to install several computers together in a LAN

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Basic Network Media Required to Make a LAN
Connection.
 To identify some key aspects of the devices they will be
employing in a LAN

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Basic Network Media Required to Make a LAN
Connection.
 Connect two computers with a switch

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Types of Connections in a LAN
 Given a specific network connection, identify the type of
cable required to make the connection

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Types of Connections in a LAN
 Identify the correct cable to use in connecting
intermediate and end devices in a LAN.

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Types of Connections in a LAN
 Identify the pinout of the straight-through and cross-
over cables

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Types of Connections in a LAN
 Recognize that a different class of cables is used to
connect WANs, and that the cables, standards and
ports are different than those in use by LANs.

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Types of Connections in a LAN
 Define the role of device management connections
when using Cisco equipment.

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Design an Addressing Scheme for an Inter-
network.
 Design an address scheme for an internetwork and
assign ranges for hosts, network devices and the router
interface

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Design an Addressing Scheme for an Inter-
network.
 Calculate the address ranges for sub networks

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Importance of Network Designs
 Given a network scenario, develop an appropriate
networking scheme

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Importance of Network Designs
 Determine the total number of hosts in a network,
accounting for present and future requirements

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Importance of Network Designs
 Given a network requirement, determine the optimum
number of sub networks in the larger internetwork.

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Importance of Network Designs
 Describe how to count the segments between router
interfaces.

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Summary

 TBD

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